I recently purchased the Mavic 3 Enterprise Multispectral drone and would like to install pix4d capture pro on the smart controller. Is this drone compatible with pix4d Capture Pro? I see that third party apps can be installed on the smart controller using an APK. I also see that the support info says that pix4d capture pro is compatible with the Mavic 3e and Mavic 3T. No mention of the Mavic 3M. I downloaded the capture pro to my Ipad and I don’t see any of the Mavic 3 drones listed in the dropdown.
I’d rather not waste my time if once its installed it doesn’t work. Does anyone have a knowledge on this?
The app actually doesn’t work on any of the Mavic 3 Enterprise drones. I’ve installed the APK from the Pix website and it just crashes as soon as you try and start a mission. It’s quite frustrating and support still claims that it works
Yes, I have followed all the instructions. I have tried this app several times since it was released and it has never worked. I’ve spent a lot of time trying to figure this out but I think it’s just never worked.
Yes, I’m in the USA. One of my clients requires the use of this app to fly automated helix for vertical structure…I’ve been flying them manually but would prefer to use the app.
Is there a link where I can follow to see when it will be available in the USA? Im asking because my client keeps telling me it supported with M3E and it would be nice to show them that’s it’s not compatible in the states
We are following this blocker very closely daily. Unfortunately we never got the reply from DJI about the release date of their new SDK update, but as soon as they update, we will release a new version of the app. Usually DJI is taking a month or two to release a new update, so we are expecting this update to happen any day from now.
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